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i BISHOP TRUST CO., LTD. fcSP57
tl FOR RENT. CC?"i3"
STORE Fort Street, occupancy
April lit. J35.
HOUSC I bedrooms, Klnau St. $35.
OKKICES In modern building, King
street near Fort, $15 and $20.
3 paying properties on Young street.
Will sell separately.
Residence on Pcnsacola street with
stables, poultry run. etc. Flno place
tor chicken fancier.
Fine residence with large lot. King
Street 3 bedrooms.
BISHOP TRUST CO., LTD.
A tno story house, N'o. 1030 Or eon
street. Furnished or unfurnished.
4pply C. I). Reynolds. 3317-tf
Cottage of 3 bedrooms on Vineyard
St. Apply S. 8. Peck, 297 Vineyard
Cctttres In Chrlstly Lane. Apply
Wong KwM, Smith St., mauka Hotel
2 nice large front rooms. Unfurnished.
Reasonable. Apply 280 Ucrctanla St.
Housekeeping and single rooms at
1516 Emma St.. centrally located. (
Furnished housekeeping rooms with'
gas. Inquire No 8 Cottage Grow.
3322 tf 1
Cheapest, coolest furnished rooms In
city. Helen's Court, Adams lane, i
Two-tory house at Walalae and Cth
A ..a Ufliit. nn .,.-1.., TOO! 1m
Ave. Inquire on premises. 3321-lm
. .... . 1. .
mewiy lurnisncu mosquuo prooi roums.
at 8J Vineyard St. 2728-tf
Hay horse, no brand, strayed from Ucr
ctanla St near Kaahunmnu cliooi.l c M Cooke, of Honolulu, president
Reward nt this oIUcc. 3332-tf :, ,.. .,..,, , ir.n ., .... nr. ,h
1 77-, , , . . ,l
",, n " . . .L. ""', luu"":,lu
blue. Reward at this otllce.
A yacht, ndrltt. Owner may obtain
same from Jno. Wood, at Jno. Ka-I
nakas block. Kakaako. 3325-2W
Hawaiian Ballasting Company.
Dest black sand from (2 to i3 a load !
according to distance hauled. Coral
rocks for stable, roads and side
walks; firewood. Third door below
King, Maunakea St.; P. O. box 820.
Telcrbone Main 396.
f"J7or a nice, smooth shave call at tho
Criterion Sbno. 1111 Fort St.
DYEING AND CLEANING.
Vilemura dyes (any color) and cleans
clothes; ropnlrs bicycles and fur
nifties employees. 620 King St.
For house-help, phone White 2891, Ma
klkt. General Employment Office,
cor. Pensnrola nnd Dcrctnnla.
For Japanese laborers nnd yard boys.
Call nt Hotel Cblkushl, or Telephono
Main 450. 3317-lm
Mr. Jas. Sheridan, pianoforte tuner,
baa moved to tho piano warerooms
of L. E. Thayer A Co., 188 Hotel St.,
opposite Young Hotel. All orders
(or tuning promptly attended to.
Piano taught In 6 months by experl
onccd teacher; $3 month (8 lessons);
special attention to adult beginners,
Address music, mis omco.
gsjT Flno Job Printing at the Bui
F. D. WICKE,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER-
Dflfc and 8tor Fitting, Cabinet Mak
Ing and Polishing; Calabash Turn
Ing; Repairing and General Jobbing.
082 ALAKEA ST,, fear V M. C
..-. 3,.AHt.JtJ'i.)lit . v.
lllecf cattle for sale at Ka-
. !l huku Uanch. Kau, Ha
ideal country home at Manoa Valley,
surrounded by river; good taming;
Cr. cottaso. barn. lawn. roBCs, fruit
trees, nr. car line. Dargaln. Apply
to P. E. It. Strauch, Ileal Estate, 74' ia()s nl0 cnmp Dy the close score of
a. King 8t., Walty llldg. 3296 U3 (0 2.
I It was a Ereat game, only four mis-
Fine comer lot In Maklkt. Curbing,
ater, fruit and ornamental troos
and all improvements. Two min
utes walk from cars and Punahou
College. Address R. F., this office.
Pure Plymouth Rock ecus, and young
month old. Apply
King and McCully
Fggi In settings.' Puro bred Plymouth
Hocka, barred or white. Telephono
White $31. 3319-tf
Cheap Home near Park, Walklkl.
Address U. S. K.. Bulletin.
Hawaiian and Oriental stamps, post
cards, newspaper wrappings. Will
exchange. Address Randolph Stu
art, Greenwood. Ilrltlsh Columbia.
Uy n geutlnman. loom nnd board In a I
prlruto family. Address II. 8. D.,
Uullctln ojlkc 3330-tf
As stationary or marine engineer; uesi ,
of refi-ioini'n Address O. C I. . Hill-1
',,,l'. 3331-lw ,
Two firm-class barbers Immediately.
--nl J"ffs, Merchant St. 3332-lw
UOOM AND BOARD
'loom nnd board for 2 gentlemen at
U?r, King st.
Itobert Mlt has been ejected dele
gate and Judge P I Weaver nltci
natc to represent tho Manoa Improve-
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Mxt ono being on Friday eiiTnlng at
"T::w oi'iocK, wnen win be coniiucieu
the proposed application for tho exteu-1
slon of the water system to upper Ma-'
noa nnd other projects.
list Klnau to meet the directors of the
First Hank of HIIo. As n result of tho
Liii,. in. r.imin... .... Mn.i,.
iisnea Detucen me two
1, PnnV u-fl li iriiAct nt P H Ifnn.
Inedy while In the city and went out to
unomca TuurMay on a visa to the
plantation. Illlo Tribune,
Weekly Bulletin SI pef y'r-
Umbrellas r.Dlred and brass polish
ing. Taliata, 1284 Fort St.
MONEY TO LEND.
On Jewelry and merchandise. Ths J.
Carlo Pawn Hotel and Union.
Estimates furnished on all kinds of
painting. All work guaranteed.
Enas Tiros., Union abovo Hotel St.
See Hastings for repairs of Locks,
Keys. Music Boxes, Sharpening of
Fine Cutlery. Rear Union Qrlll.
A. J. DERBY, D. D. S.
BOSTON BUILDING, THIRD FLOOR.
A. R. ROWAT, D. V. 8
777 KING 8T. TEL. BLUE 3101,
W. T. RAWLINS. ATTORNEY AND
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DIAMOND HEADS WIN
The Diamond Head Athletic Club
again demonstrated on Saturday that
they arc going to mako a name for
themselves on the athletic field. They
met the 10th Infantry, headed by Jin
jor van Vllet, and took the soldier
It was a great game, only four mis
takes being made In the field. Each
team got Bcven hits, so honors were
Eddlo Desha was In the box for tho
Athletic Club and did good work. Ho
allowed seven hits and struck out
'even men. Fenner. who was opposed
to Desha, did equally as good work
and promises to mako good.
Tho Infantry started with a. lead In
the second Inning and scored again In
the fifth. It looked bad for tho Heads
during this stage of tho game, as they
tvero unable to mako the circuit, and
for five Innings a zero was placed op
posite their name. The Diamond
Heads tied the score In the ninth and
an extra Inning was played. Simpson
worked his base on balls and stole sec
ond. Sheldon put a hard one down tho
third base line, and Simpson scored
tho winning run.
Considering the line-up of the Dia
mond Heads tho Soldiers did well to
hold them down.
The Infantry team Is Improving and
will soon be able to glvo tho best of
them n hard run for their money,
Following Is tho score:
jjannahi f 5 0 2 0 0 0
Ititisflaml. c 4 0 2 8 2 0
Schocrri-l". Hi '. 3 0 0 12 0 0
Van Vllet Sr.. ss 4 10 14 0
Van Vllot-Jr, 2b 3 0 0 12 1
Cnroy. 3b 4 1 2 1 2 1
Cracmer, rf. 3 0 0 1 0 0
Horn, cf 3 0 1 2 0 0
Fenner, p 3 0 0 2 5 0
32 2 7 28 1C 2
J. Dcshn, 3b 4
0 10 2 0
0 0 10 1 0
0 114 0
0 2 4 0 1
0 0 12 0
1 1 10 0 0
113 3 0
0 0 0 0 1
(. Desha, If 4
A. Williams, ss 3
""'," " "
Hiiemon, 211. . 4
j:. Fernandez, rf.
33 3 7 30 12
l c,,t whcn winning run scored.
Ilaso on balls Off Desha 4, off Fen-
Struck out ny Desha 7, by Fen-
Inf 0 10010000 02
D. lids. 3 0 00001001 1.
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MAKE HASH OF 10TH
That fast' organization of baseball
Jugglers known as tho Metropolitan
Men s played havoc with tho 10th In
fantry yesterday. Fenner. who pitch
ed against tho Diamond Heads In Sat
urday's game, was again In tho box for
tho soldiers. This wns too much and
Fenncr's arm went bad and tho
Uutchcrs pounded him for 12 safe
ones. Ilushnell was In tho box for tho
Meatmen and did good work. Ho
struck out six men and nllowed Bcvcn
hits and four bases on halls.
A tho beginning of tho game It look
ed as though (ho soldiers would never
retlro tho butrhors, nnd when tho
smoko clenred nway nfter Iho first In
ning five runs wcro chalked up opponltc
Iluslincll's team. ,
Afti'r Fenner had retired from tho
box Castle took his place, and did
somewhat better work, but It was (00
lato In the game.
At tho end of nlno Innings tho scorn
stood 1 1 t' 1 In fnvop of tho llutcliors.
Following (s tho Hcoro:
Evers. sn I,
Harris, 3b 5
M. Frultas. tf 5
I.unlng. r 4
Ilushnell, p 3
Mnrlln, If 5
Plmcntal. lb 4
Mar-irlane, 2b 5
2 13 11
13 2 2 2
2 2 8 3 1
2 1 0 0 0
2 3 2 0 0
0,0 9 1 0
0 0 2 7 3
110 0 0
T. Prycc. rf 4
40 11 12 27 22 S
Hannah, If B 0 1 3 0 0
Rlngland, c 3 1 1 C 1 0
SrhopfTnl. i, 5 o 0 jo j j
Van Vllet Sr., ss B 1 2 3 5 1
Vnn Viw-t Jr, 21) 2 0 0 0 10
Carey, 3b 4 110 2 2
Cracmer, rf 3 0 1 2 0 0
Horn rf 3 0 1 0 0 0
Fenner, p 1 0 0 1 1 0
Castle, p 2 0 0 0 2 1
33 S 7 27 13 5
Ilaso on bnlls Offnushnell 4, off
Fenner 0, off Cas'lo 2.
Struck out Hy Ilushnell 0, by Fen-
ner 4, bv fnstlo 3.
Has" M' nrf Fenner 9. oft Cnstlo 3,
off nu-hncl' 7-
FH 1.D DAY ON 30TII
Tho soldiers of Camp MVKInley will
hn'-1 'vo ""t field day on tho 30th
of this month. The events will be:
1' 0-yard dash,
Running broai Jump.
1C lb. sho.t.
Relay race, ten men from each com
pany. The officials ara :
Hcfcrco nnd Officer Capt. J, V.
Timers Lt. J. O. Hannah, LL C. V.
Conroy, Lt. II. II, Cooper.
I Starter Lt. J. Ii. Shuman.
' Judges of shelter tent pitching Ma
jor It. C. Van Vllet, Lt. J. G. Hannah,
Lt. H. II. Cooper.
Uronze medals will bo given the
t: n :t
Entries for the Field Day next Sat
urday will clos- to F .E. Haley of the
Y. M. C. A. at 2 p. m. today.
I It It It
' Tho Kam Alumni will Join forces
with the Kam school and with this
combination they should stand a
good chailco for first place.
tt st :
' The St. Louis College boys will com
pete against tho St. Louis Alumni In
a Field Day some time In June.
I II It II
I Thero will probably be some of tho
soldiers entered In tho coming field
meet at tho Hoys' Field.
I The Hoys' Clubs field day will be
held on tho 31st Inst., at which tlmo
tho Senior and Junior championships
of tho Hoys' Clubs will be decided.
It looks now at though the Country
Club .as an assured thing und that
within the 'next few months Honolulu
will boost of u Country Club that will
bo ns lino us any In tho States.
A committee- consisting of C. J.
tllilrhlnn (' llnllnunv tlr I" 11 '
High and Ned Adams, visited the prn
pobed Bight on tho Rook tract In Ntiu
nnu Vnlley yesterday. These men
found that tho conditions suited tho
project In every detail. The land nnd
turf Is tho ery finest for golf, There
Is c beautiful situ for a club house,
tennis courts and a swimming pool, a
polo and cricket field could also be
had. There Is ample room for an 18
hola golf course. The ground was found
to be dry and well drained.
It Is reported that tho financial end
of the Bchcmo is being well taken caro
of and that nil tho money necessary to
carry through tho schema Is In sight.
New members are Joining dally and
every ono Is very enthusiastic
Buch a club as this would bo ono of
tho finest things In the country and
would do much to bring tourists and
vacation seekers. It would be a great
place to entertain nny strangers.
Work will probably begin on tho
tract within the next thirty days, Plans
are drawn for the club house and every
thing Is In readiness to take the Initial
steps. It Is proposed to first lay out a
9-hola golf course and as the club
grows and prospers to add anothor nlno
holes, making a regulation 18-holo
EVfinlz rifivflnnnrf vnn llift ffinrv
skating contest nnd a pair of (5 skates
ai me nnK on gaiuruay nigui. uaveu
port Is a poanut butcher.
the mm PORT
''Thut tidal wavo at IIIlo last month
condemned that port, In my opinion,"
culd Captain Ilruhn of tho stcanur
Kniinl, which arrived from HIIo on
Saturday. "1 was lying at anchor in
tho harbor there with ninety fathouu
of chnln out nnd a kona gale tearing
through tho rigging. Alongsldo of mo
weic tho steamers )valuluni, Hcleno
nnd Lehun, tho slil'i Falls of Clyda
and tho bark Roderick Dim, They
wcro alt In deep water nnd the waves
were coming In mountain high. Then
came tho tidal wavo. Tho water re
ported ovor nlno feet nnd ou could seo
tho fishing sampans bobbing about in
the mud alongside and then, after u
few minutes, (he water camo rush
Inx up tho banks again. If ono of the
big fieluhters had been close In at this
time and droftped'on an uneven keel It
would hnvo placed her out of commis
sion and probably broken her 'back.
Honolulu Is and will nlways be tho
Only perfectly safe port for all ship
ping, largo and sman, year in dm
,fin T- y -1 noQ..,tkohPot.
Miss Spoon Do you suppose tho mill
lry brashes uer went lo wur?
Mr. Hell Well, I khould suppose so.
Ibey tell enough stories of hairbreadth
escapes and brushos with the enomy.
MUSICAL AND LITERARY PRO-
GRAM AT THE OPERA HOUSE
St. Patrick's Day was celebrated In
a rousing manner at tho Opera Houso
Saturday 'evening. Tho Ladles' Aux
iliary and Division No. 1, A. O. II.,
presented a program that was In every
detail a decided success. Encores wcro
frequent and enthusiastic. Tho Hiber
nians did themselves proud. Tho SL
Lou la Collego Orchestra won unstint
Rev. Father Valentin , sang "Tho
Lost Chord" In an Inspiring manner
and Walter Cough gavo a violin boIo
In splendid style. Mndamo Alapal's
singing wns truly delightful, as It ever
ts, Hugo lienor pleased all with tho
magic of his voice. John Akana's bas
soon solos wore charming and Uruco
Hartrr.an's recitations wcro thorough
ly entertaining. Miss Marlon Dell sup
plied ono of tho delights In her "Irish
Lovm Song" and A. D. Angus' "Col
leen" was finely rendered. Miss Adclo
do l'Artlguo wns bewitching In a buck
and wing danco,
Frank D. Crccdon, president of tho
A. O. II., and tho Governor's private
eccretary, made tho address of tho
evening, eloquently appealing for
home rule for Ireland. Miss Rico and
A. E. Murphy aB accompanist nnd
ttagA director, respectively, deserve
Dlsliop Libert nnd tho clergy occu
pied tho box at the right of tho stngc.
The Queen nnd her party wero In one
og tho loges nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. Ryan ot
Chicago, the other.
Tho committees In chnrgo of tho en
Arrangements Frank D. Crccdon
(chairman), Miss M. Allco Dohcny,
Mr. C. II. Raven, Mrs. Tlmmons,
Owen E. McCarthy, Miss Lllllo Mur
ray, Miss Helen McCarthy, Harry !'.
Davison, James T. Carey, A. E. Mur
Reception Miss Allco Dowllng,
Mtus M. Allco Dohcrty, Mrs. Tlmmons,
Harry F. Davison. Thos. F. McTlghe,
Miss Florence Dillon, Mrs. M. Cowes,
Jnmes P. Qulnn, Frank D. Crcedon,
James T. Carey,
Ushers Miss Lllllo Murray, Miss J.
Dillon, Miss Magglo Holllngcr, Miss
Helen McCarthy, Miss Margie Qulnn,
Miss Nellie McGrcavy.
She- -Do you IHIeve In hypnotism)
IIi Win" ' '" '"' '' " "" 1 di.
PRESIDENT A8 PEACEMAKER.
New York, Feb. 20. President
Roosevelt has again Intervened ob a
peacemaker between tho coal mlnera
and operators and as tho result of a
letter addressed by him to John Mitch
ell, president or tho United Mlno
Workers of America, a national con
vention of tho United Mlno Workers
will bo held at Indianapolis March IS
In an effort to reach an agreoment
with tho soft coal operators In the
hope of uvcitlng tho threatened strike
on April l in the bituminous coal fields.
Tho President's letter und tho an
nouncement that the national conven
tion would bo called were mado pub
He tonight by Mitchell utter a long
conference with Francis L. Robbing,
president of the Pittsburg Coal Com
pany and chairman ot tho bituminous
operators, who camo to Now York this
morning. Tho President's letter to
Mitchell Is us follows;
"I note with great concern tho fall.
lire ot your lato convention on tho
Joint agreement to conm to a basin of
settlement or tho bituminous mining
kcalo of wages. You In this business
have enjoyed icreat Industrial peaca for
many years, thanks to the Joint trado
agreement that has resulted In the ac
tion of your successive conventions.
"A strike such as Is threatened pn
April 1 Is a menace to tho peace nnd
genoral wclfaro of tho country. I urge
oii to make a further effort to avoid
Kuch u calamity.
"You and Mr. Robblns are Joint
chairmen of tho trado agreement com
mtttco of the National Civic Federation
and It seems to me that this Imposes
additional duty upou you both and
gives an additional reason why each
of you should Join In making a further
ffort. Very respectfully,
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